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A beautifully presented three bedroom detached home enjoying a superlative rural location in the hamlet of Penpergwm, within easy reach of the thriving market towns of Abergavenny and Usk. While the original property dates back to circa 1750, the house has been historically extended to create a home of real character that offers extensive and flexible accommodation throughout. The ground floor accommodation comprises an exceptionally welcoming entrance hall with vaulted ceiling off which is the formal dining room with dual aspect and French doors out to the garden. An inner hall leads to the living room which includes a Jetmaster fire, separate entrance door and French doors to a large conservatory which provides a prime position to enjoy the views over the garden. In addition, there is a 20’ kitchen/breakfast room with granite topped units including a central island, Rangemaster and Belfast sink and further separate entrance. The ground floor is completed by the separate office/study area and the downstairs WC. The first floor accommodation is divided into two distinct areas. The fabulous master bedroom is accessed from the entrance hall and enjoys a southerly aspect and a private balcony from which to enjoy the wonderful, countryside views. It also benefits from superbly finished, white tiled en-suite bathroom. From the inner hallway of the original cottage, stairs lead up to a large and open landing which leads to two further large double bedrooms and an immaculate four-piece bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower. The property is set back behind a gated entrance that opens onto a block paved driveway providing parking for two cars while there is a further separate parking area that provides parking for several more vehicles. Adjacent to the gated entrance is a detached studio building measuring 20’ x 12’ which benefits from electric and telecoms connection, and an insulated and boarded loft space. This incredibly useful addition would make an ideal home office, gym, hobby space or potential guest accommodation (subject to consent). As well presented as the house is, it is more than matched by the delightful south facing garden which offers an overwhelming number of options for outside entertaining. It has been meticulously terraced and landscaped to provide numerous seating areas from which to enjoy rolling countryside views. The largest of these runs across the side of the house with steps down to two lower terraces separated by extensively planted beds and borders. The lowest terrace includes two raised vegetable beds and overlooks the small Ffrwd Brook which provides a soothing soundtrack to the garden as a whole. This is an exceptional home offering a blend of quality accommodation, stunning rural setting and a convenient location within reach of wide ranging local amenities, including excellent transport links. Abergavenny railway station allows easy access to anywhere on the rail network and provides a direct link to Newport and Cardiff. The A465, Heads of the Valleys Road is one mile out of town with the M50 / M4 a further 25 minutes away.